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Plane crashes on front lawn of home in Lehigh County, emergency crews on scene

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Plane crash in Lehigh County. LEHIGH COUNTY, Pa. - Emergency crews are on the scene of a plane crash in Lehigh County.SkyFOX was live over the scene where a plane could be seen crashed onto the front lawn of a home in Salisbury township.Crews sprayed down the plane, which appeared to be completely destroyed under a tree on the property.It is unclear if anyone was injured, or what lead to the crash.This is a developing story.

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